Get your Backpack on the road!

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 Fill this backpack with all your stuff and take it with you on a day-trip full of adventure!
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Architects + designers + a restaurant = Great mix

Norm Architects of Denmark used industrial pendant lights, woollen blankets and reclaimed wood to create rustic Scandinavian dining rooms at Höst, a new restaurant in Copenhagen.

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Norm Architects collaborated with Danish designers Menu to create the spaces for restaurant brand Cofoco, which has nine other restaurants in the city, each with a unique design and menu.

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Photo’s from dezeen.com

Beautiful design

You could say a lamp is just a lamp. But when I saw these beautiful designs I’m not so sure anymore. These designs show that a lamp could be much more.

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Beautiful design. Italian designer Tommaso Caldera has reinterpreted the classic caged workshop lamp by combining it with a domestic shade.

Photography by Matteo Pastorio

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 Duch designer Daniel Hulsbergen of Studio Daniel designed the Satori Lamp for Dutch furniture design company Odesi. He used  materials similar to those he used as a child to make model gliders.

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Bergen Academy of Art and Design student Hedda Torgersen designed this desk lamp to look like a “long-legged character”.

Photography by Bjarte Bjørkum

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Website: dezeen.com

Forgotten stereo amplifiers

Volume

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Manufactured by Lightyears // 2013

Volume lamp is a small table lamp that takes inspiration from the buttons on the old stereo amplifiers. An apparently forgotten, but significant gesture, where through a mechanical rotation of the button, we obtained a clear and direct perception of the function, increase or decrease the volume. Volume lamp design comes from the desire to rediscover this direct feeling. The function is emphasized entirely in the overall design, reaching the boundary between concept and design, a lamp dimmer or a dimmer lamp? The size of the shade is proportioned to the size of the hand, inviting to touch and use the lamp in an informal way, laying the hand on its shade and adjusting the intensity of light with a simple gesture.
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Design by GamFratesi

French Vintage

These lovely finds made me smile today! So therefor a blog about beautiful finds on Etsy: Chanteduc French Vintage. It’s a collection of vintage, antique, and up-cycled objects, art, linens, bags, lighting, toys, kitchen and dining ware–all discovered in French flea markets, antique shops, cellars, and attics. Here you will find an eclectic mix of Art deco, Art Nouveau, Mid-century, Loft, Industrial, Cottage chic, Shabby chic, Gustavian, Rustic, and French country.

You can find the shop here: Chanteduc

Raw materials: earthy and natural

Raw materials natural finishes bring homewares and accessories down to earth.

Photographs and website Vogue Living – Australia